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RE: Exchange 2003 Mailbox Logins

Posted on 2006-11-14
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I have a question regarding Exchange 2003 mailbox logins.  When I open System Manager and view the mailboxes, I see the mailboxes were "Last Logged on by" field.  However, there are some mailboxes that look like it was logged into by a different user.  Is this a bug in Exchange 2003? OR is this data accurate?  It seems that it should list only the mailbox owners, backup accounts or administrator accounts and not other user accounts who should not have access.  This has puzzled me for some time.  I thank you for your help in advance!!
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Login doesn't mean that the user has logged in to the mailbox. If someone is arranging a meeting, that can cause the last logged in field to be populated.

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Yes I am agree with Sembee even if your mailbox is used for Calendaring purpose it will show Last Logged on By as some different user.
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Great!  Thank you for your help!
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